Rewards for surveys
Complete surveys in exchange for points and redeem your points for rewards including Amazon.com vouchers, cash via PayPal, restaurant gift cards, CVS gift cards and more. $10 worth of points is the minimum account balance required to request a reward.
Surveys vary in length, however most surveys take between 10-15 minutes to complete.
New members to Opinion World automatically receive an entry into the quarterly cash prize draw for $10,000. Additional entries can be earned by completing surveys, and getting screened out of surveys.
Members who choose to redeem their earnings by PayPal or for an e-gift certificate often receive their payments instantaneously, or within a few hours. Physical gift cards usually take approximately 2 weeks for processing and mailing.
OpinionWorld has a loyalty program where it rewards users point bonuses after they have completed a certain number of surveys. Point bonuses can vary per country but can be for amounts such as a 10 point bonus after 10 surveys, a 100 point bonus after 50 successful survey completions, etc.
In order to receive more surveys and more relevant surveys, it's highly encouraged to complete the My Profile section in your account with OpinionWorld. These profilers are short surveys which will better match you to more relevant surveys, and will help you get selected first for surveys that you are best matched for.
I've only been using OW for a short time but I'm not impressed by the lack of rewards i.e. I've done loads of surveys and none of them were rewarded with points, just prize draw entries and charity donations.
Update (Oct 2016): I did persist with this website and finally reached the minimum payment amount recently, at which point I cashed out. I won't bother doing any more surveys as I found the overall experience to be very unsatisfactory because the email invitations are so misleading i.e. you are drawn in by an offer of reward points but when you actually complete the survey you find that it's turned into a charity donation only, plus a prize draw entry; sharp practice, in my view. A small proportion of the surveys do credit the promised points and I was determined to reach the minimum payout, so I stuck with it for 18 months - a ridiculously long time to qualify for a payout. If the surveys do genuinely benefit charities then I guess that might be a good incentive to some people, but I don't think the time and effort is worthwhile - I'd rather just donate cash directly to the charities. The OW emails also bring a wry smile to my face sometimes i.e. when reading this line that they use when declaring the "reward" i.e. "1 donation to a charity of your choice at no cost to you" - I should jolly well hope they wouldn't charge me to donate to the charity as well as spending my time completing the survey; bizarre! And, no, I didn't win anything in the "prize draw" either...
Opinionworld is best for a new user as there are quite a number of surveys to do at the beginning. They have a survey milestones (25) that gives you 300 points, which is equivalent to about 9 Singapore Dollars outrightly. However, the rate of surveys i received once i completed over 40 surveys, seems to have fallen drastically. One significant plus point - at least for me in Singapore, is that paypal rewards are credited sometimes within just a few hours, to at the longest 3-5 days. In around 4-5 months i've joined, i'm cashed out around $85. Not too bad.
This Site Is Owned By Survey Sampling International.They Rip People Off And Do Not Pay Money They Owe People.Do Not Waste Your Time.
This site I think is a sister site of Opinion Out Post. I was getting plenty of surveys with no compensation except for charity. Then I would get an onslaught of surveys worth 100 points each, most I didn't qualify for. Then I've gotten several survey invites which I've done, between 100-450 points each, spent 30-40 minutes doing the entire survey and go to submit only for the web page to say after all that I didn't qualify. That'll bring my opinion of a survey site down real quick! Nothing worse than spending all that time doing a survey only to not be compensated for actually doing it
Got my account terminated with more than a 1000pts(which worth more than 150 hkd which is like 20bucks) without any explanation and notices (yes! not even an email) send email to the helpdesk no one ans.
later I checked the policy I signed to in the first place, apparently they have the lawful right to terminate ur account with or WITHOUT any reason and dont need to notify u
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